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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY lit Q That ._.. c. iUff Withered Mv for He's a Negro! and Dropped OKI Each Word Cleveland, July aad I'm proud of my race. I deal waust the aecro to hseoase declared'Booker T. Waihjaglna what) aaked today his opinion el a land aeihor't theory of extinction by intenaarriaff with the ChariM W veUat, advanced the theory that after a vetiUry or pore ol intermar- riage with whites the race will have solved by tien o became praideai, bat their bid ia said to have bean distanced in the for Afriean story RAM LAL'S WK TEA It't friwh FRAGRANCE and DE- have made it of Are YOU. TO RENT furnished and OB- furnished. for ing, good location. Address H, Q. eo Herald Office. MINING Ma years ai aa h am Ubaa will: IT WALSTIAD OCAD wife wee eageriy ofenat STREETS IN THREE STORIES Measure ta Care fer Crowds With Fast High -i i New fc-Three one above the other like layers atreeta arranged in three stories each to accommodate wagons, farriagea and street stor- ies of elevated railroads; threeJimea the present number of subways; the' iained a farewell to hnaband aid foikVai home aid annosMwd that the wife, apparently contented and hap- py up to the time of writing, had cided to desert her once happy home. "The young people shall have the beat of a mother's care, aad I will live an and happy We I ge to stay away, never to Fare tbee well, dear and forlorn, the newspaper editor, died at bis old so many years oeoypied by him at M3 Fourth St. Mrv had been declining in 'neaUh for several yeara. fo soU UthbfUce ky CO. LTD. WANTED First class cook for small hotel. Apply F. 8. Leflirigwell, Warner. 704 TO RENT A cottage to rent on Crabbe St. Ad- dress D J. Whitney, Box 377. Leth- bridfe. 1706 1 FOR SALE A baby carriage, practically new. Ap ply Box G., Herald OOce. 70-6 made thrice aa fresh air problem wa questions were dHcmaeti today on the supposition that all the bust neas district of New York U to be built up some time like the 900 foot Hkyseraper of the Life As- surance Society, or evea the Singer and structures. is believed that if many of the buildings were erected tiT" such ex- treme the present' streets would be entirely" inadequate for tb> traffic. 7It wM.siiggested that the plans Jtor the Equitable Life Build ing es filed, were not in maturT shape but might have tor their "object the approval of "building Will. Fromllice." Mr. Cook; heartsore (Calgary Albertaa) The settler who looking for a district for a place of wowld surely he attracted to by at the fair buildiasj. Almost everything anyone coukl expect Ai- commeneed a search for his wife and child. He went to Carle? where he located his horse and buggy, and there he learned that a woman an- swering his wife's, description had purchased a ticket for Calgary. He searched Chat cHy without soecesr. Upon returning he'learned that his wife had in this place "for' s- servant in a physician's family. All to induce her ttf return wcnr futile, aa she declared she had no love for him and wouM not come back. Since "then Mr. Cook has leased his farm and will return to his old home in Minnesota .where he win reside in the'future.' climate la frown at Lcthbrtdge, j v- wonderful atifl straw awl ol kernel Is to be seen in Vhe It ia taken from the bind- er. ia ia the southern part Sitaaaadxa the boundary between Alberta and British Col- 1 OS the summit of the Eocky TW Jtesort, of Crow's lajJejBfttingr fishing, .jtaatihg Everything 'for Apajfort and pleasure. I Saddle and jGood picnic grounds Dancing Hall. at Neat: Firat-clasa aceommo- dajion at the SUMMIT HOTEL tits C HI if J" ANDY GOOD; Proprietor V HELP WANTED Vestinaker and: coatmaker wanted at once, rauat be first 'class and thoroughly competent. 'Apply to Lethbridge, .Alta... 751 WANTED Competent housemaid, capable of doing gpod ironing. Apply Box N. M008C IN A' MAINE TOWN Grazed en Lawn, the Street and Taefc a Murphy, and so anticipate a new law regulating the Height _and plans of skyscrapers. Benjamin C. Marsh, executive see retary of the committee on congested (From the Bangor News., the A cow moose weighing abortrTfJ increased office buildings. "We have men compiling made'a tow of covering traffic conditions and the en Sunday number of persons in the streets in abaat the financial section. These figuraa while grating on the will not be ready for a report for I Gillin, at the corner Will VK WUl m eral weeks. The miestion 'of reform. Penobscot streets. in the building regulations is now in] carriage man had earned a fm_ from K.TWI. MumnUkinn teain. and was driving down ___ of the province and there Is no dan- ger of early froetiTand during winter the diatrict aurroundlng the town IB oat aa exception to many of the Al- berta in supplying graz- ing during the whole 8oa. Wheat in this district w v advanced, being fully headed haa cone from what will soon be ma- tured wheat ready for the bin- y green curraata on the fiae gUawberries" fa boxes and of last vear'a growth in Some apples can ahtt be oa' the Tlw shew ol to wood of tUe growth are wife. Some oTthe former are fuur'iarhte in alamntnr If this ex- iaa any awarial feature, probab- ly it-ta eeal, the awpply of this wtiaeral hi aflcee baiag wsOhmiteu. of the Lethbridsja dw- a vobd yieW per acre, from which the yielded 61 baah- All freah and in first-class condition Strawbemaa a crate Cherriee.... 1.75 Tomatoea.. McKehie i ,McGuire> the" rights" ay plied loir anT In snrvejed tetzttory fend oauet bs described hy secttoaa, at le iv- aahatviftiona os aadjaaiw asp fay uaaorveyed territory UM tract appiv ed' for Aall be staged out Eaeh appUcatioa muet be aaaoin- pauied by a fee of la, vhiefa wiU refuaded if .the rights apj4ied fot an oot availabk but not otherwise. A royaitr shall, he paid latr- chantabie output ol the: ai the rate of five eenta per ten. of coal aiining which are not being ofierated shall fotaish the district Aaeot of Doming ion Lands with a sworn statement to that elect at feeet onee in eaeh-year. The lease wttl indede the eoal raining righta only, boi the be permitted to purchase whattvet vailaUe smrfaee may ba POSITION WANTED German woman defiirea to offer ser- vices to English speaking-family ae nurse or domestic during day time K, Herald Office. 1734 p SERVANT WANTED Wanted a general servant, with H knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs J. Lee Johnston, 314 CuthiU street. it mine at ihe For full iniorisatioo ihouhi be made to the Bedwtary ol the Department of the Interior, Oi or any agent or of Dominion Lands, W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. puUieation ol his advertisement will, not be paid or. 't The Lethbridge public and tlie iraveiling public to .know the, Hub Cafe is clean and up-to-date reaUnrant aa there is in Alberta, and that strictly white JB employed. Chareea moderate' i_J siriistmei IN crai i5c FOUND Pair of ladies' gloves and hadker chief. Owner can have same: by call ing at Herald Office. 1730 TO LET Uoarders and Pre erred. Apply 1206 Dufferin St. 173 the hands_of a commiaaion by the mayor. contemp- latmg any action in the courts en Dan Smith, who ttumght she was the plans for the Equitable Ltie structure." v u baa an and BRYAN'S MANAGER Denver, "July Tom ,Jqhn of Cleveland, choice, of William J. Bryan cboiiaaan of the national committee and the manager of his third the presi- dency. WINNIPEG MARKETS- Open Cloee August .............103 October.............. 98 December............ j 85_ :July................. 381-8 August 40 i October................i- July No. 3 White "Vj-l i i. August Priow 1087-8 86 shooed her down toward Ex change street. Beaching that populous thorougfci- tare started up toward State street, thinking to to.the weat side and have a look at the library But .rolicking citizens who caaec from a dative her back her permanent When yon want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a go, the- Ice Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 228. FOR SALE A McCormick Mowing Machine for sale, cheap. Apply to 'A.'-Max well. Box 633, Lethbridge. Any person desiring a -scavenger waggon or closets- cleaned' can have with 740 same done by leavnig orders E. T: Mee, Stattioh. New 7 roomed well located, water and light. bridge, P. O. Apply Box 86. Leth swam to a bar in midatream. Fbr agricultural standing fully hall an hour ahe fooled arofsad 4l_; the diatrict the water, being pawued by ..117 boats, and finally coming ashere at the city landing at the feet lot LWater street, aome kind hearted titi- vic. that the A No. 1 Hard No. 1 Northern Ho. 2 Northern No. 3 Northem No. 4.......... No. 5 No. I .Ml 7-81 point: 8h the gate at that ram through Water street "SS7-8 and Pickering Square to Haymarket ap Short strwt to Union, and when last aeea going geveaty eight aa how over Union HiiL'' No. i White OaU v..; No. 3 White writer No. 4 N.W. OCAD iL, Jfary S- Man. of died at bis here altar a short iltaett. Mr. the diatrict awl I. ia no mean (actor ia the and of her best feat falling away ol that narrow uUnasil '.'akte-trackiiig and and better manifestation that spirit which' the respective cosrfitlowe in the variowe 'parts.. realixea that her ia the south de largely apod cowatry she to araw comitry that is tributary to her. It her boast to- thai the districts of Yagralh, cotttigwowa to Letht old. teat centre ia -Alt LetbbrMhjr? It ta growtag the hopea of its wwoet ardeat awmir ami fwpporters. aad ia rather hackaeyed yet H very at the pi Wat ttaie. A bigsjer Leths teaae a h'isgtr Carweton and vice varsa, at Scant hjet so long as ewr iatereata arc M .nearly connected by that AowbW hand of steel eel the A. R. e, 1. Sawth Alber- ta m We tor each wther. bwildlag wp of a eowsrtry ia a eon of help each other and that aordM, wpvrrc mai. IWJIUPH Ha owa cabin never did rawch for the of or the heildmg ,wp of new cowatries. We are pjeawtd to woto chaage ia spirit aad action owr .atlghtierlag aHy. for the good of the ROUND STREET APPRE NT I Apprentice to blacksmithinf trade SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Jkny even nurooered aection of Do- minion lands in >Hanit6ba, ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and M. not reserved, may be homestead; ed by any person who is the sole- bead of a family, or any male over 18 years of to the wtent aection of teas'. Application for enary must be made in person by ihe applicant at a Dor aiinion Lands Agency "or ior the dktrirt ,in which M sttuave. 'Entry by !proxy' may, how ever betsiade at an Agency on certain conditioni'by' thexlatner, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ei an in- tending homestefider. fa' required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following At' least 'six11 reaidenee L. H. Fowler 4 Co. _ 173-3 SEED FOR SALE upon and cultivation of the land ia A homesteader may, if he se First-dass Cafe IIU MTtlMW M Short Order Retwcti NuU CARROLL DOYLE Fall wheat seed. Alberta Red, good perform the required sample. G. W. Wiegand 434 Smith 'dm" Aatita by living on fanning St Lethbridge; also on owned solely hy.him, not Ices Township 11, Range ;ZL eighty (80) aaes in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. WANTED jawnerahiD of Girl wanted for light housework. to Mrs. Galiiyan, lis Buffer- X3) M the lather (or motker, if the in st 75-2 J lather is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent reaideneron farmiag land owned solely by him, not less ihan eighty (90) acres in extent, ia the vicinity of tBe or wp- oo a entered lorbyhimlp the vicinity, tneh. homcateader mi? perform his own resideoce duties hj Uving with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the twe preceeding paragraphs hi denned as meaning not won than nine miles ia 9 b LIVERY BARN Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 ta if Egad tetn Sodetj llw-t in the of FytWa-Hall Brat nml UiirU Thanday in tke awnt) at 8 p.m. Viniting trcthivi alwayi wd COBM. Apptebj, Frrf T. RobiM, e. Box 57. Livery barn on .Eegioa-Prince Air bert branch .of C. N. for 180 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, couu-1 try well'settled. WUl take stock for K, ...._- EXCHANGE a direct line, of tbe of road crossed in urement. homesteader intending hi. dntka m with tboTe wnite u or on farming land own- the FORD TYLER Hetel. Tk Uberta Miijf ari Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib tartl tftk JmYpri Also a tew Acre Lxrts East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Intenat 6 per ceai. per ann W I hare a vcxkni picture fraauag outfit and a stock Handford PHOTOGRAPHKR part or full payment. For particn- district of fahwtien. Six months' notice in writing be given id the (XMnmiseiosMr of De- minion at Ottawa, ef to apply for patent. W.H.OOET. Deputy of tha Minvter of the _ A _, _ N.B. thu a Ceewthorbed trtfif Ml tb pail M0TICC HE LIQUOft LICCWSC MIOVIWCC jQF, Application wade bv A. L. Roy for a removal olhb. wholesale liceme from the premises situate, on 'tot 1, Block 31 PlanTU D, to the premises situate on lot ;13, Hock 7, Flan TjB D., Lethbridfe, Al- _. _ If necessary this application will be considered by a board of license coav miMionen at a meeting to be.heh1 i Lethbridge on Tuesday the "31st day of July, aff 3 o'dort p.m. DATED AT KOMOHTOSC this 3rd day of July, A. Y. BLAIH. Acting Depvty Attorney OeaaraL notice Ail accounts owing to the erst el or hrlore July tfst. AAer that they wfll he giren into tat a eoikiter.. BXL90SI ;